And some interesting Ethical Fashion Links
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Ethical Fashion Links
The Centre for Sustainable Fashion has been developed by the London College of Fashion to be an internationally recognized and globally connected catalyst for ethical change int he Fashion industry to create better lives through a sustainable fashion economy.
The Ethical Justice Foundation is a registered charity established to empower people who suffer most from environmental abuses to find peaceful ways of preventing them. It helps raise awareness of Ethical Fashion issues such as the benefits of buying 'clean cotton'.
Estethica is London Fashion Week’s Ethical Fashion exhibition, run by the British Fashion Council to promote the best in British eco-sustainable fashion.
The Ethical Fashion Forum (EFF) is a trade association for the fashion industry, led by businesses, for businesses, and focused on social and environmental sustainability.
Adili are an online shop selling Ethical Fashion. They clearly show the different ways the items they sell are ethical and they also feature information about environmental and social concerns.
Ethics Girls is an online magazine and shop with an ethical twist, with plenty of information about Ethical Fashion.
Greenmystyle.com is a daily eco glossy magazine devoted to the most stylish ethical fashion, beauty and home style.
This directory of Ethical Fashion on the Guardian website has lots of information, including galleries of ethical and organic clothes and articles on dressing with a clean conscience.
IFAT is the global network of Fair Trade Organizations. Their aim is to improve the livelihoods and well being of disadvantaged producers by linking and promoting Fair Trade Organizations, and speaking out for greater justice in world trade.
Labour Behind the Label is a not-for-profit company supporting garment workers' efforts worldwide to defend their rights.
Make do and Mend contains lots of useful information about how to update and revitalise your wardrobe, and about the issues surrounding the overconsumption of clothes. It was produced by Nathalie Gotschalk, a former student of the MA in Ethical Fashion at Epsom College.